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Poetry Friday: Benediction
The ancient spruce in stately stillness receives it.
Flagstones glisten like copper platters, rinsed from a day's use.
Hostas, glossy and open-palmed, quiver in delight.
Weeping, a Japanese cherry bows even lower.
— Mitali Perkins
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Poems by Mitali